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2012
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2010
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asemic writing
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experimental
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graphic novel
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hypergraphic novel
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Lettrisme
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abstract comics
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alain satié
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gary j shipley
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michael jacobson
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miekal and
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English
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Feb 21, 2018 Michael Jacobson
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Free version of Michael's graphic novel The Giant's Fence. Paperback version ("large print edition") published by Asemic Editions (http://asemic-editions.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/giants-fence-by-michael-jacobson-large.html). This version has smaller file size and fewer speckles than the one hosted at UbuWeb.
Topics: graphic novel, asemic writing, experimental, jatulintarha
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Feb 19, 2018 Alain Satié
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Free version of Alain Satié's hypergraphic novel Written in prose. Paperback version published by Asemic Editions (http://asemic-editions.blogspot.com.au/2011/10/written-in-prose-by-alain-satie.html).
Topics: asemic writing, hypergraphic novel, roman hypergraphique, Lettrisme
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Feb 19, 2018 mIEKAL aND
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Free version of mIEKAL aND's hypergraphic novel HYPOK CHANGS TREES. Paperback version published by Asemic Editions (http://asemic-editions.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/hypok-changs-trees-by-miekal-and.html).
Topics: asemic writing, hypergraphic novel, experimental
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Feb 19, 2018 Gary J Shipley
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Free version of Gary Shipley's graphic novel SHROUDS. Paperback version published by Asemic Editions (http://asemic-editions.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/shrouds-by-gary-j-shipley.html). Back cover blurb: Like the clouds with which its title rhymes, Gary J Shipley’s Shrouds allows us to see in its pages landscapes, faces and flying animals, that however never resolve into simply legible, unambiguous figures. Cave walls meld into wool skeins that in turn metamorphose into nocturnal fields, then...
Topics: abstract comics, asemic writing, graphic novel, experimental